Meet the team

 
 
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Justyn Turnbull

DipArch RIBA

Justyn studied architecture at the University of Brighton, under the tutelage of Peter Bareham. On graduating in 1997 he joined Corrigan + Soundy + Kilaiditi Architects. He became an associate in 2009 and a partner of Corrigan + Soundy + Kilaiditi Architects in 2012. The founding partners retired in 2016 and the practice was relaunched as CSK Architects (Ltd), with Justyn as one of three directors shaping a design studio specialising in bespoke, crafted buildings which have a real sense of ‘place and belonging’.

Justyn has an architectural and interior design specialism in the residential sector with a particular interest in the integration of new into old. He has delivered a variety of high quality refurbishments of listed and historic buildings. His ethos is based in respecting our past whilst delivering contemporary spaces which allow us to inhabit the buildings in the way we live our lives today.

As well as his residential portfolio, Justyn has worked on numerous larger commercial schemes in central London, where Conservation expertise is required in the way listed buildings are refurbished and extended.  These schemes include medical and office projects for both the Howard-de-Walden Estate and the General Dental Council.

Justyn is also developing a residential specialism specific to the Bath area. As his interests lie in the study of historical context both in building typology and urban landscapes he has a strong sense of localism and an analytical response to the local vernacular. This in turn informs the design process from the conceptual through to the progression of construction details. He is in the process of achieving RIBA Conservation accreditation and is a member of the Georgian Group.

 

I really enjoy working on projects where my clients are my co-creators and collaborators, this creative relationship is needed for the project or site to reach its real potential. When designing a bespoke private house I enjoy the challenging environments presented when working in Conservation Areas, the setting of listed buildings, within the Greenbelt and in ‘Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.